Natalie Maines performs during the 4th Annual "Home For The Holidays" Benefit Concert

Natalie Maines performs during the 4th Annual "Home For The Holidays" Benefit Concert at Beacon Theatre on December 6, 2014 in New York City.

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Natalie Maines still isn't ready to make nice.

The Dixie Chicks star marked the 12th anniversary of her infamous remarks against President Bush during the Iraq war, where she noted during a concert in London that she was "ashamed" the President was from Texas. 

On Twitter Maines wrote, "Just so you know,12 years ago today,over half of this country had lost their minds and some questioned my knowitallness. "

While Maines' remarks are seem in a better light today than they were at the time -- as more of the country has come to agree with her about the war -- her career took a hit, despite The Dixie Chicks' 2006 release Taking the Long Way (which included "Not Ready To Make Nice") winning the Grammy for album of the year. 

Maines' most recent release was the solo album Mother in 2013.